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Getting a Mountain Coatimundi

Coatimundis, Kinkajous, Raccoons, Ringtails, Cacomistles, Olingos

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Trefoil
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Re: Getting a Mountain Coatimundi

Postby Trefoil » Fri Jul 28, 2017 3:57 pm

Do you have a dog for him to play with?
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Re: Getting a Mountain Coatimundi

Postby Peacefulward » Mon Jul 31, 2017 6:30 pm

Trefoil wrote:Do you have a dog for him to play with?


Yep, he enjoys playing with my dogs. I make sure to closely monitor them both, but nobody gets too wound up. :icon-wink:

When he's bigger I probably won't let him play with my chihuahua, she's pretty dainty.
5 Dogs, 2 cats, 2 leopard geckos, 1 guinea pig, 1 axolotl, and a coatimundi currently in my family. :)

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Re: Getting a Mountain Coatimundi

Postby Sparttan117 » Tue Aug 01, 2017 12:02 pm

Peacefulward wrote:
Trefoil wrote:Do you have a dog for him to play with?


Yep, he enjoys playing with my dogs. I make sure to closely monitor them both, but nobody gets too wound up. :icon-wink: .

Playing with dogs is a great way to house train a raccoon, so I would assume that it works for a coati. A dog's instinct is to teach the "pups" (aka anyone new) the rules of their family/pack, so it makes training a lot easier.

Edit: Autocorrect changed coati to coat. Fixed.

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